Malta might be the smallest opera-ting country among the 39 countries in the Engel & Völkers network, but it certainly left a strong mark during the latest global event in Mallorca.
The event brings together licensed partners from around the world for a day of networking, excitement and first-hand experience of the brand’s culture at Christian Völkers’ private residence ‘Son Coll’.
The highly-awaited ceremony for the ‘Top Agents 2014’ in both the residential and commercial divisions saw two Engel & Völkers Sara Grech agents land a ‘Top’ award for their efforts in the rental division last year.
Accompanied by the management team, Perrine Bourgeais and Mark Molnar classified in third and 10th place respectively among rental agents from over 500 offices worldwide.
Bourgeais, a 30-year-old high school business graduate speciali-sing in communications, arrived in Malta from her home town in Toulouse, France, with the ambition of doing something great.
This award will spur me on to achieve even bigger things
Although she always aspired to work in global sporting events, she holds no regrets in the way her career has unfolded. She was impressed by the way the Engel & Völkers brand is represented across the Mallorcian shores during her weekend in Mallorca.
According to Bourgeais: “Apart from the prize and being recognised as a Top real estate agent, the whole experience was incredible, from the set-up of Völkers’ residence to learning how other agents operate in foreign countries.”
The same thoughts were echoed by Molnar, who was delighted to land the prestigious award. Coming to Malta as a wine importer from Hungary, he said “this award will spur me on to achieve even bigger things with Engel & Völkers Sara Grech”. In 20 months, Molnar has established himself as a top rental agent in Malta and is already looking forward to next year’s global event in Mallorca.
Following the presentation of the awards, guests enjoyed the annual polo event featuring six high-ranked teams, set against the picturesque backdrop of the Serra de Tramutana Mountains.
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